Adriana Allison Brown

Obituary for Adriana Allison Brown

September 30, 1980 - April 25, 2017
Seattle, Washington | Age 36

Loving Mother, Wife, Daughter, Sister

Obituary

On April 25th, 2017 Adriana Allison Brown was tragically struck by a car while walking to work. Although she was the definition of strong, she did not survive. Adriana lived in West Seattle with her loving husband Aaron Brown (married on May 20th, 2010) and two beautiful daughters, Ari (5) and Lua (3.) She was an amazing, fun and devoted wife and mother.

Adriana was born on September 30th, 1980 in Bogota, Colombia. She was adopted by Dave and Karen Allison and raised in Port Orchard, WA. She graduated from South Kitsap High School in 1999. She attended Seattle Central Community College followed by Ashmead College where she earned her personal trainer certification in 2002. Since 2004, Adriana worked at the Seattle Athletic Club where she motivated, challenged and positively impacted countless coworkers and clients. Adriana was passionate about fitness and nutrition and changed many lives for the better. Adriana also loved playing soccer and reading. She had an amazing way with words both spoken and written.

Adriana wanted to be remembered for her extreme devotion to her family, her accomplishments, the pride she took in her work, her character, her desire to achieve, her goodwill, and her ability to be witty from time to time. She is survived by many heartbroken loved ones including her husband Aaron Brown and daughters Ari and Lua Brown, parents Dave & Karen Allison, and big brothers Rob and Gary Allison. She made a lasting impression on everyone she knew especially her family and close friends. She will be missed by everyone.

In lieu of flowers, a go fund me account has been established to support the family: https://www.gofundme.com/beloved-brown-family.

An email account has been set up to share memories for her daughters Ari and Lua: AdrianasStory@gmail.com.

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